Direct and indirect taxes for the first three quarters of current fiscal has moved up significantly, he said.
Jatiley said the demonetised notes had no role to play in the tax collections for December as people were allowed to pay taxes in the spiked currency only in November.
"In December, payment of taxes in old notes was not allowed," he said, adding that over 99 per cent central taxes were paid digitally.
Indirect tax collections in December were up 12.8 per cent over the previous month, during which the note ban was announced.
On a year-on-year basis, customs declined by 6.3 per cent this December because gold imports during the period crashed, he added.
"However, central excise, related to manufacturing, has increased by 31.6 per cent in December when compared to the same month last fiscal. Service tax during the month increased 12.4 per cent."